Microsoft Forms is Now Available for Consumers

Posted on October 22, 2020 by Paul Thurrott in Microsoft 365 with 2 Comments

Following its release to businesses and education, Microsoft Forms is now available for free, and for Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscribers.

“Forms enables you to create a survey or quiz on any topic and works on any device via the web and the Office mobile app, making it easy to capture the information you need anywhere, anytime,” Microsoft’s  Gareth Oystryk explains.

Forms for personal use is available now and is free for anyone with a Microsoft account. But some premium features, including an expanded number of respondents and more templates, require a Microsoft 365 Personal or Microsoft 365 Family subscription.

To get started and learn more, sign-in to the Microsoft Forms website.

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2 responses to “Microsoft Forms is Now Available for Consumers”

  1. blue77star

    This is all part of Power Apps family I believe. Power Apps is such horrible platform to develop applications in it especially Canvas Apps and Power Automate for flows Flows are like fancy replacement for methods to do series of tasks but it is such garbage from performance and development point of view. It can work for rather small apps, but anything more complex do yourself a favor and go with SQL and .NET or JAVA.

    • arnstarr

      In reply to blue77star:

      I’ve never seen Forms mentioned in the same sentence as Power Platform. Forms launched as beta for O365 education then much later on commercial o365.

    • Paul Thurrott

      Power Apps is an incredible platform for developers and non-developers alike. Not sure where that comes from.